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The largest aquarium in the world

Largest Aquarium, Valencia, Spain, LOceanographic front view

Aquariums are some of the most attractive sights for both children and adults. Dimensions of construction, marine wildlife and recreation opportunities attract tourists from everywhere.

Here are some of the largest aquariums in the world:

1. Aquarium of Western Australia, Australia

Aquarium of Western Australia is in Perth, in Western Australia. This is the largest aquarium on the Australian continent, with a pool 40 meters long and 20 meters wide. Basin has 3 million gallons of seawater. Aquarium of Western Australia owns an underwater tunnel which offers a spectacular walk under the transparent walls which slide over the fish of various sizes. It is possible to do snorkeling among fish this entertainment possibility will charge you with a fee.

2. Aquarium of Genoa, Italy

Aquarium of Genoa is one of the largest in Italy and Europe. In the aquarium, are reproduced several marine and terrestrial habitats on Earth, such as the Mediterranean, Red Sea or Indian Ocean. In the aquarium, there live over 6,000 animals. Among the most popular areas of the Aquarium of Genoa are those of sharks, dolphins and seals. You can find also, entertaining areas for both children and adults.

3. Turkuazoo, Turkey

Turkuazoo is in 'Istanbul Forum Shopping Mall' and is one of the most interesting sights of Turkey. In Turkuazoo, tourists find an underwater tunnel 80 meters long, and diverse habitat areas: rainforest, flooded forest, etc. Turkuazoo is the hosts for around 10,000 animals, grouped in 29 exhibitions. The largest between them have 5 million liters of water.

4. L'Oceanographic, Spain

L'Oceanographic is a marine complex in Valencia, which are reproduced, various natural habitats of many species of fish and marine animals. L'Oceanographic is in a complex called the City of Arts and is known as one of the largest aquariums in Europe. There inhabited by nearly 45,000 animals in 9 tunnels underwater, arranged on two levels. The view is spectacular, especially in the tunnels, where marine life can be observed very closely.